Larry Rothschild will not return to Yankees for 2020 Season
The Yankees announced in the morning of October 28th that Larry Rothschild, veteran pitching coach who started in his position in 2011, has been relieved of his duties and will not return for the 2020 season.
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“I want to personally thank Larry for his near decade of commitment to this organization,” Brian
Cashman said in a statement. “Larry cares deeply about his craft, and the pitchers under his tutelage, and he played a significant role in our success over the past nine seasons.”
The New York Yankees today announced that Larry Rothschild will not return to the coaching staff for the 2020 season. pic.twitter.com/5rTA6a3noA— New York Yankees (@Yankees) October 28, 2019
Going into the 2020 season, Cashman will have to look for a replacement for Rothschild to work alongside Aaron Boone with the Yankees’ pitching staff. Possible candidates discussed by Yankees color commentators include the likes of David Cone, Brent Strom currently of the Houston Astros and Yankees’ pitch development manager Desi Druschel but according to Joel Sherman there is no front runner.
Hear #Yankees do not have a Rothschild replacement in mind. That they will go thru a process to find pitching coach successor.— Joel Sherman (@Joelsherman1) October 28, 2019
Rumors of Rothschild’s next stop include joining former Yankees' skipper Joe Girardi in Philadelphia next year.
I’d put good money on him landing with the Joe and Topper in Philadelphia https://t.co/EsS8aNyHSC— Jomboy (@Jomboy_) October 28, 2019
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